J. F. Ulrich & Co

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Dried Fruit Packer
Main Location

San Jose

J. F. Ulrich & Co was a dried fruit packer and nut oil processor in San Jose in the 1900-1910 range.

The company moved to a new warehouse in 1903[1]. Ulrich's San Jose packing house burned in 1909[2].


Location Years Address Details
San Jose 1904, 1906, 1907 4th Street and Lewis Street


  1. [February 7, 1903 Pacific Rural Press]: "The J. F. Ulrich Co., apricot pit crackers, etc., of San Jose, have leased a new warehouse and are enlarging their business facilities there."
  2. Passenger Train Dashes Across Fire Hose, Cutting It In Several Pieces During Fire: November 5, 1909 San Jose Evening News: "Fire destroyed the nut kernel oil factory i nthe rear of the J.F. Ulrich packing house at Fourth and Louis at 6:30 last evening... Vath's bottling house which adjoins the kernel oil plant were in great danger.... the plant is owned by J. C. Meyers of San Francisco